Episode 164: You Ask, We Answer Part II

This week’s podcast is brought to you by cartoon TinySheep, misery tea, and a LOT of interruptions. Joe and I answer more of your questions, hindered by the cats. Want to know if there’s any point trying to get traditionally published? How to get your book printed? How to design a cover? Listen in, because we answer your questions. You’ll also hear all about Picard the naughty miniature sheep and how he got his comeuppance.

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Key Points

  • [1:15] Vicky and Joe have some new chickens!
  • [4:05] Today we answer your questions! First from Charles: Is there any point in trying to get traditionally published?
  • [8:20] Is there a point to paying an editor?
  • [10:30] How do you decide what to put in a book?
  • [14:45] Terry asks: How do you get your ebook printed?
  • [20:00] How do I get an amazing cover?
  • [22:55] Dennis asks: What new spin can I include in my book that will make it unique?
  • [24:00] How can I get my content to really stick in people’s minds?
  • [25:35] Have you listened to every podcast episode? Email Vicky and she will send you a gift!


Mentioned in This Episode:

Vicky Fraser

Vicky’s Podcast

Vicky’s Blog

Join the Superheroes

Vicky’s Business For Superheroes Book

The Inner Circle

Borrow My Brain

Vicky’s Book Club

Vicky’s new book!
Write & Publish Your Book in 90 Days

Email Vicky

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